Originally Posted by Derr
On the contrary, that is precisely what 'beak has done.
There are always some people that will, but most won't. I encourage you to look at the real argument though. When people start drawing the line and telling other people what they do is wrong, is where the real argument starts. When people feel they have a moral obligation to tell someone to stop doing something they perceive as dangerous, when in fact they have probably have no idea. Especially when their ideas come from a two thousand year book, and they have to try to come up with defenses that apply to today's world. The majority of people have sex, it won't kill you, and you might even make something. Where does it become practical to draw the line on all subjects?
I mean things like this are crazy.
"Lastly, consider the fact that the rate of suicide attempts for sexually active girls aged twelve to sixteen is six times higher than the rate for virgins.(5) Tragically, these girls do not realize the purity and forgiveness that they can find in Christ"
How can you prove that because they had sex they commited sucuide. There could be a trillion other problems at home, and how many girls chose to have sex to the number that remain virigins.
I mean its very easy reading through the entire thing to tell the the artical has major bias to one side. Wooooooooooo!